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Donegal businessman Jim Ferry:  Planning to run in the forthcoming local elections. Photograph: Collins Courts

(...) sets of books was what is termed sales skimming, which is a form of fraud in which all sales revenue is(...)

The committee will also be addressed by the Alliance for Insurance Reform, which says insurance costs are “crippling”

Fraud Unit, the recalibration of the book of quantum, which sets indicative monetary amounts for(...)

Insurance companies estimate that €50 of every annual motor premium relates to bogus claims and the legal cost of fighting them. Photograph: Frank Miller

(...) though 26 per cent of people committing insurance fraud claim to believe they are doing nothing wrong(...)

The rear of the Renault Megan car allegedly damaged in the €180,000 dismissed personal injury claim.

(...) claims. Bogus claims Referring to the proposed new Garda anti-fraud team to tackle bogus insurance(...)

Saulius Smaleckas (38), of Ashbrook Manor, Cavan,  at the Four Courts  this week. Photograph: Collins Courts

(...) honest policy-holders whose premiums have to fund the cost of fraud. It is not possible to trace the(...)

Tesla chief executive Elon Musk unveils the Roadster 2 in November 2017. Photograph: Tesla/Handout via Reuters

Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund is in talks that could see it becoming a significant investor in Tesla as part of Elon Musk’s plan to take the el(...)

Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm arriving at court on Friday. Photograph: Collins.

David Drumm’s defence counsel has told his trial that there were facts he wished to admit to, which would reduce both the length of the trial and the (...)

Jailed fraudster Michael Darcy, from his Facebook page.

(...) jailed on Thursday after one of his scams unravelled. Had the attempted fraud not been uncovered by Axa(...)

Julia Holmes (63) and Thomas Ruttle (56): an inquest into their deaths recorded a  verdict of suicide in an asphyxia-type death associated with carbon monoxide poisoning. Photograph: Alan Betson

(...) for fraud. Before the discovery of her body, the Police Service of Northern Ireland had been closing(...)

Revenue operates in a pragmatic way: there is little point investing tens of thousands of taxpayer euro in an investigation that would yield just a fraction of that amount

(...) significant fraud. More generally, however, Revenue operates, of necessity, in a pragmatic way. There is(...)

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